Accord XRT IIRegistration expired
Dow AgroSciences - Herbicide
62719-556

Registratration Number: 62719-556
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Product Information
Accord® XRT II herbicide is a broad spectrum, systemic, postemergence herbicide with no soil residual activity. It is intended for control of annual and perennial weeds and woody plants and brush. It is formulated as a water soluble liquid containing surfactant; no additional surfactant is needed.
Time to Symptoms: The active ingredient in this product moves through the plant from the point of foliage contact into the root system. Visible effects on most annual weeds occur within two to four days, but on most perennial weeds visible effects may not occur for seven days or more. Extremely cool or cloudy weather following treatment may slow activity of this product and delay development of visual symptoms. Visible effects are a gradual wilting and yellowing of the plant that advances to complete browning of above ground growth and deterioration of underground plant parts.
Stage of Weeds: Annual weeds are easiest to control when they are small. Best control of most perennial weeds is obtained when treatment is made at late growth stages approaching maturity or when translocation is mostly down to the roots, i.e.autumn for perennial plants or woody plants.
Mode of Action: The active ingredient in this product inhibits an enzyme. This enzyme is found only in plants and microorganisms that are essential to forming specific amino acids.
Cultural Considerations: Reduced control may result when applications are made to annual or perennial weeds that have been mowed, grazed, or cut, and have not been allowed to regrow to the specified stage for treatment. Rainfastness: Heavy rainfall soon after application may wash off this product from the foliage and a repeat application may be required for adequate control.
No Soil Activity: Weeds must be emerged at the time of application to be controlled by this product. Weeds germinating from seed after application will not be controlled. Unemerged plants arising from unattached underground rhizomes or rootstocks of perennials will not be affected by the herbicide and will continue to grow.
Maximum Application Rates: The maximum application rates specified in this label are given in units of volume, either fluid ounces, pints or quarts, of this product per acre. The maximum allowed application rates apply to this product combined with the use of any and all other glyphosate-containing herbicides, either applied separately or in a tank mix, on the basis of total pounds of glyphosate (acid equivalents) per acre. If more than one glyphosate-containing product is applied to the same site within the same year, ensure that the total of pounds acid equivalent gyphosate does not exceed the maximum allowed. Do not apply more than a total of 8 quarts (8 lb glyphosate acid) of this product per acre per year.

Mixing Directions
Use only clean, stainless steel, fiberglass, plastic or plastic-lined steel containers to mix, store and apply spray solutions of this product.
Eliminate any risk of siphoning the contents of the tank mix back into the carrier source while mixing. Use approved anti-back-siphoning devices where required by state or local regulations.

Note: Reduced results may occur if water containing soil is used, such as visibly muddy water or water from ponds and ditches that is not clear.

Accord® XRT II – Alone
This product mixes readily with water. Mix spray solutions of this product as follows:
1. Fill the mixing or spray tank with the required amount of clean water.
2. Add the specified amount of this product near the end of the filling process and mix well.
3. During mixing and application, foaming of the spray solution may occur. To prevent or minimize foaming, avoid the use of mechanical agitators, terminate by-pass and return lines at the bottom of the tank and, if needed, use an approved anti-foam or defoaming agent.

Accord® XRT II – Tank Mixing for use on any site listed on this label This product does not provide residual weed control. For residual weed control or to broaden the weed control spectrum, tank mix this product with other herbicides. Refer to the label of the tank mix partner for use sites and application rates. Read and carefully observe the precautionary statements and all other information on the labels of all herbicides used. Use according to the most restrictive label directions of any product in the mixture. A compatibility test may be done prior to using a product that has not been tank mixed before with Accord XRT II in your program. See testing procedure below. The user is responsible for ensuring that the specific application being made is included on the label of the product used in the tank mix and is compatible with Accord XRT II, especially if using a generic product with active ingredients, such as 2,4-D, atrazine, dicamba, diuron, pendimethalin or other herbicide, is listed in the label.

Add the tank mix product to the tank as directed by the label. Maintain agitation and add the required amount of this product. Maintain good agitation at all times until the contents in the tank are sprayed. If the mixture is allowed to settle, thorough agitation is required to resuspend the mixture before spraying resumes. Keep the bypass line on or near the bottom of the tank to minimize foaming. The screen size in the nozzle or line strainers should be no finer than 50 mesh.

Tank Mix Compatibility Testing: Perform a jar test prior to mixing in a spray tank to ensure compatibility of Accord XRT II and other pesticides or carriers. Use a clear glass jar with lid and mix ingredients in the same order and proportions as will be used in the spray tank. The mixture is compatible if the materials mix readily when the jar is inverted several times. The mixture should remain stable after standing for 1/2 hour or, if separation occurs, should readily remix if agitated. An incompatible mixture is indicated by separation into distinct layers that do not readily remix when agitated and/or the presence of flakes, precipitates, gels, or heavy oily film in the jar. Use of an appropriate compatibility aid may resolve mix incompatibility. If the mixture is incompatible do not use that tank mix partner in tank mixtures.

Note: If tank mixing with a product containing triclopyr amine, such as Garlon® 3A herbicide or Capstone, ensure that the triclopyr amine product is well mixed with at least 75 percent of the total spray volume before adding this product to the spray tank to avoid incompatibility.
To the extent consistent with applicable law, buyer and all users are responsible for all loss or damage in connection with the use or handling of mixtures of this product with herbicides or other materials that are not expressly specified in this labeling. Mixing this product with herbicides or other materials not specified on this label may result in reduced performance.

Application Directions
- Conservation Reserve Program (CRP), rangeland and permanent grass pastures;
- forest sites, conifer plantations;
- airports, barrow ditches, communication transmission lines, electrical power and utility rights-of-way, fencerows, gravel pits, industrial sites, military lands, mining and drilling areas, non-irrigation ditch banks, oil pads, ornamental sties, parking lots, petroleum tank farms, pipelines, railroads, roadsides, storage areas, storm water retention areas, substations, unimproved rough turf grasses, sod or turfgrass seed farms, vacant lots and other non-crop residential areas; and
- natural areas (open space) for example, campgrounds, parks, prairie management, trails and trailheads, recreation areas, wildlife openings and wildlife habitat and management areas;
- in and around seasonally dry wetlands;
- including grazed areas on all of these listed sites This product may also be used in non-food crop sites, such as Christmas tree farms, plant nurseries, and sod or turfgrass seed farms. Apply this product to control any weeds listed in the Weeds Controlled section of the label unless otherwise specified.

Hollow Stem Injection
Apply this product through handheld injection devices that deliver the specified amount of this product into targeted hollow stem plants growing in any site listed on this label. To control the following hollow stem plants, follow the use directions below:

Common Name: castorbean
Scientific Name: Ricinus communis
Use Directions: Inject 4 mL of this product per plant into the lower portion of the main stem

Common Name: hemlock, poison
Scientific Name: Conium maculatum
Use Directions: Inject one leaf cane per plant, 10 to 12 inches above the root crown, with 5 mL of a 5 percent by volume solution of this product.

Common Name: hogweed, giant
Scientific Name: Hercleum mantegazzianum
Use Directions: Inject one leaf cane per plant 12 inches above the root crown with 5 mL of a 5 percent by volume solution of this product.

Common Name: horsetail, field
Scientific Name: Equisetum arvense
Use Directions: Inject one segment above the root crown with 0.5 mL of this product per stem using a low volume syringe capable of accurately delivering this amount of product.

Common Name: knotweed, bohemian and other species
Scientific Name: Polygonum bohemicum
Use Directions: Inject 5 mL of this product per stem between the second and third internode.

Common Name: knotweed, giant
Scientific Name: Polygonum sachalinense
Use Directions: Inject 5 mL of this product per stem between the second and third internode. 

Common Name: knotweed, Japanese
Scientific Name: Polygonum cuspidatum
Use Directions: Inject 5 mL of this product per stem between the second and third internode. 

Common Name: reed, giant
Scientific Name: Arundo donax
Use Directions: Inject 6 mL of this product per stem between the second and third internode.

Common Name: thistle, Canada
Scientific Name: Circisum arvense
Use Directions: Cut 8 to 9 of the tallest plants at bud stage in a clump with clippers. Use a cavity needle pushed into the stem center and then slowly removed as 0.5 mL of this product per stem is injected into the stem.

Weeds
Use a higher rate in the rate range when weed growth is heavy, dense, or growing in an undisturbed (non-cultivated) area. The performance of this product may be reduced when applying to weeds heavily covered with dust. If weeds have been mowed, grazed, or cut, allow regrowth to occur before applying this product.

If a handheld sprayer is used to apply this product on a spray to wet technique, ensure that the spray coverage is uniform and complete, and at least 50 percent of the foliage, or the top one-half of the plant, is sprayed. Spray both sides of large or tall weeds, thick or dense foliage, or multiple sprouts in order to ensure complete coverage.

After applying this product, if the soil must be tilled or the weeds mowed, wait 7 days before tilling, mowing, or removing residual vegetation to allow translocation of this product into underground plant parts.

Apply 1 to 1.75 gallons of this product per acre for enhanced results to control tough to control perennial weeds, woody brush and trees, plants growing under stressed conditions, or in areas of dense vegetation.

See Tank Mixing section above for more information.

Note: If tank mixing with a product containing triclopyr amine, such as Garlon® 3A herbicide or Capstone, ensure that the triclopyr amine product is well mixed with at least 75 percent of the total spray volume before adding this product to the spray tank to avoid incompatibility.

Annual Weeds
Apply 1.5 pints of this product per acre if weeds are less than 6 inches in height or runner length. Use 1.25 to 3 quarts of this product per acre if weeds are more than 6 inches in height or runner length, or when weeds are growing under stressed conditions. Use a higher rate in the rate range for tough to control species regardless of the size of the weed at the time of application. Treat tough to control weeds early when they are relatively small.

Apply a 0.4 percent solution of this product as a spray to wet application to weeds less than 6 inches in height or runner length. Use a 0.7 to 1.5 percent solution for annual weeds more than 6 inches tall or for any weeds growing under stressed conditions. Use the higher concentration for tough to control species or for weeds more than 24 inches tall. Apply prior to seedhead formation in grass or bud formation in broadleaf weeds.

Use a 4 to 7 percent solution of this product for low volume directed spray applications.

Rate Table
Weed Species
annoda, spurred
barley
barnyardgrass
bassia, fivehook
bittercress
bluegrass, annual
bluegrass, bulbous
brome, downy
brome, Japanese
browntop
panicum
buttercup
Carolina foxtail
Carolina geranium
castorbean
cheatgrass
cheeseweed (Malva parviflora)
chervil
chickweed
cocklebur
copperleaf, hophornbeam
corn
corn speedwell
crabgrass
dwarfdandelion
eastern mannagrass
eclipta
fall panicum
false dandelion
falseflax, smallseed
fiddleneck
field pennycress
filaree
fleabane, annual
fleabane, hairy (Conyza bonariensis)
fleabane, rough
Florida pusley
foxtail
goatgrass, jointed
goosegrass
grain sorghum (milo)
groundsel, common
hemp sesbania
henbit
horseweed/marestail (Conyza canadensis)
itchgrass
johnsongrass (seedling)
junglerice
knotweed
kochia
lambsquarters 
little barley
London rocket
mayweed
medusahead
morningglory (Ipomoea spp.)
mustard, blue
mustard, tansy
mustard, tumble
mustard, wild
nightshade, black
oats
pigweed
plains/tickseed coreopsis
prickly lettuce
puncturevine
purslane, common
ragweed, common
ragweed, giant
red rice
Russian thistle
rye
ryegrass
sandbur, field
shattercane
shepherd’s-purse
sicklepod
signalgrass, broadleaf
smartweed, ladysthumb
smartweed, Pennsylvania
sowthistle, annual
Spanish needles
speedwell, purslane
sprangletop
spurge, annual
spurge, prostrate
spurge, spotted
spurry, umbrella
stinkgrass
sunflower
teaweed/prickly sida
Texas panicum
velvetleaf
Virginia copperleaf
Virginia pepperweed
wheat
wild oats
witchgrass
woolly cupgrass
yellow rocket

Perennial Weeds
Best results are obtained when perennial weeds are treated after they reach the reproductive stage of growth (seedhead initiation in grasses and bud formation in broadleaves). Best results are obtained when non-flowering plants are treated when they reach a mature stage of growth. In many situations, applications are required prior to these growth stages. Under these conditions, use a higher rate in the rate range.
When using spray to wet treatments with handheld equipment, ensure thorough coverage of the plant. For best results, use a 1.5 percent solution on harder to control perennials, such as bermudagrass, dock, field bindweed, hemp dogbane, milkweed and Canada thistle.
Use a 4 to 7 percent solution of this product in low volume directed spray applications.

Weed: alfalfa
Rate (pt/acre): 1.5 - 3
Handheld (% Solution): 1.5

Weed: alligatorweed
Rate (pt/acre): 6
Handheld (% Solution): 1

Weed: anise (fennel)
Rate (pt/acre): 1.5 – 6.5
Handheld (% Solution): 1 – 1.5

Weed: bahiagrass
Rate (pt/acre): 4.5 - 7.5
Handheld (% Solution): 1.5

Weed: beechgrass, European (Ammophila arenariai)
Rate (pt/acre): --
Handheld (% Solution): 3.5

Weed: bentgrass
Rate (pt/acre): 2.25
Handheld (% Solution): 1.5

Weed: bermudagrass
Rate (pt/acre): 4.5 - 7.5
Handheld (% Solution): 1.5

Weed: bermudagrass, water (knotgrass)
Rate (pt/acre): 1.5
Handheld (% Solution): 1.5

Weed: bindweed, field
Rate (pt/acre): 0.75 - 7.5
Handheld (% Solution): 1.5

Weed: bluegrass, Kentucky
Rate (pt/acre): 3
Handheld (% Solution): 1.5

Weed: blueweed, Texas
Rate (pt/acre): 4.5 - 7.5
Handheld (% Solution): 1.5

Weed: brackenfern
Rate (pt/acre): 4.5 – 6
Handheld (% Solution): 1

Weed: bromegrass, smooth
Rate (pt/acre): 1.5 – 3
Handheld (% Solution): 1.5

Weed: bursage, woolly-leaf
Rate (pt/acre): --
Handheld (% Solution): 1.5

Weed: canarygrass, reed
Rate (pt/acre): 3 - 4.5
Handheld (% Solution): 1.5

Weed: cattail
Rate (pt/acre): 4.5 - 7.5
Handheld (% Solution): 1.5

Weed: clover, red, white
Rate (pt/acre): 4.5 - 7.5
Handheld (% Solution): 1.5

Weed: cogongrass
Rate (pt/acre): 4.5 - 7.5
Handheld (% Solution): 1.5

Weed: dallisgrass
Rate (pt/acre): 4.5 - 7.5
Handheld (% Solution): 1.5

Weed: dandelion
Rate (pt/acre): 4.5 - 7.5
Handheld (% Solution): 1.5

Weed: dock, curly
Rate (pt/acre): 4.5 - 7.5
Handheld (% Solution): 1.5

Weed: dogbane, hemp
Rate (pt/acre): 6
Handheld (% Solution): 1.5

Weed: fescue (except tall)
Rate (pt/acre): 4.5 - 7.5
Handheld (% Solution): 1.5

Weed: fescue, tall
Rate (pt/acre): 1.5 - 4.5
Handheld (% Solution): 1.5

Weed: German ivy
Rate (pt/acre): 1.75 – 3.25
Handheld (% Solution): 1 – 1.5

Weed: guineagrass
Rate (pt/acre): 4.5
Handheld (% Solution): 1

Weed: horsenettle
Rate (pt/acre): 4.5 - 7.5
Handheld (% Solution): 1.5

Weed: horseradish
Rate (pt/acre): 6
Handheld (% Solution): 1.5

Weed: iceplant
Rate (pt/acre): 1.75
Handheld (% Solution): 1.5 – 2

Weed: Japanese knotweed
Rate (pt/acre): 4.5
Handheld (% Solution): 2

Weed: Jerusalem artichoke
Rate (pt/acre): 4.5 - 7.5
Handheld (% Solution): 1.5

Weed: johnsongrass
Rate (pt/acre): 0.75 - 4.5
Handheld (% Solution): 1

Weed: kikuyugrass
Rate (pt/acre): 3 - 4.5
Handheld (% Solution): 1.5

Weed: knapweed
Rate (pt/acre): 6
Handheld (% Solution): 1.5

Weed: lantana
Rate (pt/acre): -
Handheld (% Solution): 1

Weed: lespedeza
Rate (pt/acre): 4.5 - 7.5
Handheld (% Solution): 1.5

Weed: milkweed, common
Rate (pt/acre): 4.5
Handheld (% Solution): 1.5

Weed: muhly, wirestem
Rate (pt/acre): 1.5 – 3
Handheld (% Solution): 1.5

Weed: mullein, common
Rate (pt/acre): 4.5 - 7.5
Handheld (% Solution): 1.5

Weed: napiergrass
Rate (pt/acre): 4.5 - 7.5
Handheld (% Solution): 1.5

Weed: nightshade, silverleaf
Rate (pt/acre): 3
Handheld (% Solution): 1.5

Weed: nutsedge, purple, yellow
Rate (pt/acre): 0.75 - 4.5
Handheld (% Solution): 1 – 1.5

Weed: orchardgrass
Rate (pt/acre): 1.5 – 3
Handheld (% Solution): 1.5

Weed: oriental bittersweet
Rate (pt/acre): 4.5
Handheld (% Solution): 1.5

Weed: pampasgrass
Rate (pt/acre): 4.5 – 7.5
Handheld (% Solution): 1 - 1.5

Weed: paragrass
Rate (pt/acre): 4.5 - 7.5
Handheld (% Solution): 1.5

Weed: pepperweed, perennial
Rate (pt/acre): 5.4
Handheld (% Solution): 1.5

Weed: phragmites
Rate (pt/acre): 4.5 - 7.5
Handheld (% Solution): 1 – 1.5

Weed: poison hemlock
Rate (pt/acre): 1.5 – 5.4
Handheld (% Solution): 1 – 1.5

Weed: quackgrass
Rate (pt/acre): 1.5 - 4.5
Handheld (% Solution): 1.5

Weed: redvine
Rate (pt/acre): 1.25 – 3
Handheld (% Solution): 1.5

Weed: reed, giant
Rate (pt/acre): 6 – 7.5
Handheld (% Solution): 1.5

Weed: ryegrass, perennial
Rate (pt/acre): 1.5 - 4.5
Handheld (% Solution): 1

Weed: smartweed, swamp
Rate (pt/acre): 4.5 - 7.5
Handheld (% Solution): 1.5

Weed: sowthistle, perennial
Rate (pt/acre): 3 - 4.5
Handheld (% Solution): 1.5

Weed: spurge, leafy
Rate (pt/acre): --
Handheld (% Solution): 1.5

Weed: starthistle, yellow
Rate (pt/acre): 3
Handheld (% Solution): 1.5

Weed: sweet potato, wild
Rate (pt/acre): --
Handheld (% Solution): 1.5

Weed: thistle, artichoke
Rate (pt/acre): 1.5 – 4.5
Handheld (% Solution): 1 - 1.5

Weed: thistle, Canada
Rate (pt/acre): 3 - 4.5
Handheld (% Solution): 1.5

Weed: timothy
Rate (pt/acre): 3 - 4.5
Handheld (% Solution): 1.5

Weed: torpedograss
Rate (pt/acre): 6 - 7.5
Handheld (% Solution): 1.5

Weed: trumpetcreeper
Rate (pt/acre): 3
Handheld (% Solution): 1.5

Weed: vaseygrass
Rate (pt/acre): 4.5 - 7.5
Handheld (% Solution): 1.5

Weed: velvetgrass
Rate (pt/acre): 4.5 - 7.5 
Handheld (% Solution): 1.5

Weed: wheatgrass, western
Rate (pt/acre): 3 - 4.5
Handheld (% Solution): 1.5

Woody Brush and Trees
Apply this product after full leaf expansion unless otherwise directed. Use the higher rate in the rate range for larger plants and/or dense areas of growth. On vines, use the higher rate in the rate range for plants that have reached the woody stage of growth. Best results are obtained when application is made in late summer or fall after fruit formation.

In arid areas, best results are obtained when applications are made in the spring to early summer when brush species are at high moisture content and are flowering.

Use a 1.5 percent solution when applying this product using a spray to wet technique with a handheld sprayer on harder to control woody brush and trees.

Apply a 4 to 7 percent solution of this product for low volume directed spray applications.

Some autumn colors on undesirable deciduous species are acceptable provided no major leaf drop has occurred. Reduced performance may result if fall treatments are made following a frost. Herbicidal symptoms might not appear prior to frost or senescence following a fall application.

Repeat treatments may be necessary to control plants regenerating from underground parts or seed.

Note: If tank mixing with a product containing triclopyr amine, such as Garlon® 3A herbicide or Capstone, ensure that the triclopyr amine product is well mixed with at least 75 percent of the total spray volume before adding this product to the spray tank to avoid incompatibility.

Weed: alder
Rate (pt/acre): 4.5 – 6
Handheld (% Solution): 1

Weed: ash
Rate (pt/acre): 3 - 7.5
Handheld (% Solution): 1 – 1.5

Weed: aspen, quaking
Rate (pt/acre): 3 - 4.5
Handheld (% Solution): 1

Weed: bearmat (bearclover)
Rate (pt/acre): 3 - 7.5
Handheld (% Solution): 1 – 1.5

Weed: beech
Rate (pt/acre): 3 - 7.5 
Handheld (% Solution): 1 – 1.5

Weed: birch
Rate (pt/acre): 3 – 4.5
Handheld (% Solution): 1

Weed: blackberry
Rate (pt/acre): 4.5 – 6
Handheld (% Solution): 1

Weed: blackgum
Rate (pt/acre): 3 - 7.5
Handheld (% Solution): 1

Weed: bracken
Rate (pt/acre): 3 - 7.5
Handheld (% Solution): 1

Weed: broom, French, Scotch
Rate (pt/acre): 1.75– 7.5
Handheld (% Solution): 1 - 1.5

Weed: buckwheat, California
Rate (pt/acre): 1.75 - 6
Handheld (% Solution): 1 - 1.5

Weed: cascara
Rate (pt/acre): 3 - 7.5
Handheld (% Solution): 1 - 1.5

Weed: catsclaw
Rate (pt/acre): --
Handheld (% Solution): 1

Weed: ceanothus
Rate (pt/acre): 3 - 7.5
Handheld (% Solution): 1 – 1.5

Weed: chamise
Rate (pt/acre): 1.75 – 7.5
Handheld (% Solution): 1

Weed: cherry, bitter, black, pin
Rate (pt/acre): 3 - 4.5
Handheld (% Solution): 1

Weed: coyote brush
Rate (pt/acre): 4.5 - 6
Handheld (% Solution): 1 - 1.5

Weed: deerweed
Rate (pt/acre): 1.75 – 4.25
Handheld (% Solution): 1

Weed: dogwood
Rate (pt/acre): 3 - 7.5
Handheld (% Solution): 1 – 1.5

Weed: elderberry
Rate (pt/acre): 3 - 4
Handheld (% Solution): 1

Weed: elm
Rate (pt/acre): 3 - 7.5
Handheld (% Solution): 1 – 1.5

Weed: eucalyptus
Rate (pt/acre): --
Handheld (% Solution): 1.5

Weed: gorse
Rate (pt/acre): 3 - 7.5
Handheld (% Solution): 1 – 1.5

Weed: hasardia
Rate (pt/acre): 1.75 - 6
Handheld (% Solution): 1 – 1.5

Weed: hawthorn
Rate (pt/acre): 3 - 4.5
Handheld (% Solution): 1

Weed: hazel
Rate (pt/acre): 3 - 4.5 
Handheld (% Solution): 1

Weed: hickory
Rate (pt/acre): 3 - 7.5
Handheld (% Solution): 1 – 1.5

Weed: honeysuckle
Rate (pt/acre): 3 - 6
Handheld (% Solution): 1

Weed: hornbeam, American
Rate (pt/acre): 3 - 7.5
Handheld (% Solution): 1 – 1.5

Weed: kudzu
Rate (pt/acre): 6 – 7.5
Handheld (% Solution): 1.5

Weed: locust, black
Rate (pt/acre): 3 - 6
Handheld (% Solution): 1 – 1.5

Weed: madrone resprouts
Rate (pt/acre): --
Handheld (% Solution): 1.5

Weed: manzanita
Rate (pt/acre): 3 - 7.5
Handheld (% Solution): 1 – 1.5

Weed: maple, red
Rate (pt/acre): 3 - 6
Handheld (% Solution): 1

Weed: maple, sugar
Rate (pt/acre): --
Handheld (% Solution): 1

Weed: monkey flower
Rate (pt/acre): 1.75 - 6
Handheld (% Solution): 1 – 1.5

Weed: oak, black, white
Rate (pt/acre): 3 - 6
Handheld (% Solution): 1 – 1.5

Weed: oak, northern, pin
Rate (pt/acre): 1.75 - 6
Handheld (% Solution): 1

Weed: oak, post
Rate (pt/acre): 4.5 - 6
Handheld (% Solution): 1

Weed: oak, scrub
Rate (pt/acre): 1.75 - 6
Handheld (% Solution): 1

Weed: oak, southern red
Rate (pt/acre): 3 - 4.5
Handheld (% Solution): 1

Weed: peppertree, Brazilian (Florida holly)
Rate (pt/acre): 3 - 7.5
Handheld (% Solution): 1 – 1.5

Weed: persimmon
Rate (pt/acre): 3 - 7.5
Handheld (% Solution): 1 – 1.5

Weed: pine
Rate (pt/acre): 3 - 7.5
Handheld (% Solution): 1 – 1.5

Weed: poison ivy/poison oak
Rate (pt/acre): 6 - 7.5
Handheld (% Solution): 1.5

Weed: poplar, yellow
Rate (pt/acre): 3 - 7.5
Handheld (% Solution): 1 – 1.5

Weed: redbud, eastern
Rate (pt/acre): 3 - 7.5
Handheld (% Solution): 1 – 1.5

Weed: rose, multiflora
Rate (pt/acre): 3
Handheld (% Solution): 1

Weed: Russian olive
Rate (pt/acre): 3 - 7.5
Handheld (% Solution): 1 – 1.5

Weed: sage, black
Rate (pt/acre): 1.75 - 6
Handheld (% Solution): 1

Weed: sage, white
Rate (pt/acre): 3 - 7.5
Handheld (% Solution): 1 – 1.5

Weed: sagebrush, California
Rate (pt/acre): 3 - 6
Handheld (% Solution): 1

Weed: salmonberry
Rate (pt/acre): 3 – 4.5
Handheld (% Solution): 1

Weed: saltcedar
Rate (pt/acre): 3 - 7.5
Handheld (% Solution): 1 – 1.5

Weed: sassafras, sourwood
Rate (pt/acre): 3 - 7.5
Handheld (% Solution): 1 – 1.5

Weed: sumac, laurel, poison, smooth, sugarbush, winged
Rate (pt/acre): 3 - 6
Handheld (% Solution): 1 – 1.5

Weed: sweetgum
Rate (pt/acre): 3 - 4.5
Handheld (% Solution): 1

Weed: swordfern
Rate (pt/acre): 3 - 7.5
Handheld (% Solution): 1 – 1.5

Weed: tallowtree, Chinese
Rate (pt/acre): --
Handheld (% Solution): 1

Weed: tan oak resprouts
Rate (pt/acre): -- 
Handheld (% Solution): 1.5

Weed: thimbleberry
Rate (pt/acre): 3 - 4
Handheld (% Solution): 1

Weed: tobacco, tree
Rate (pt/acre): 1.75 - 6
Handheld (% Solution): 1 – 1.5

Weed: toyon
Rate (pt/acre): --
Handheld (% Solution): 1.5

Weed: trumpetcreeper
Rate (pt/acre): 3 - 4.5
Handheld (% Solution): 1 – 1.5

Weed: vine maple
Rate (pt/acre): 3 - 7.5
Handheld (% Solution): 1 – 1.5

Weed: Virginia creeper
Rate (pt/acre): 3 - 7.5
Handheld (% Solution): 1 – 1.5

Weed: waxmyrtle, southern
Rate (pt/acre): 3 - 7.5
Handheld (% Solution): 1 – 1.5

Weed: willow
Rate (pt/acre): 4.5 - 6
Handheld (% Solution): 1

Weed: yerba santa
Rate (pt/acre): --
Handheld (% Solution): 1.5

CropsBBCHRegistred normPreharvest Interval
Glyphosate0 - 01 - 7.5-

Effective